Daniela Boneva is a Dyslexia Facilitator since 2005; founder of Dyslexia Association – Bulgaria; has a Master Degree on Electronics and in English Philology. Has long experience working with children and young people, at first as a Youth programs coordinator in the Youth Department of the Municipality, later as an English language teacher in secondary and high schools. Have worked for many years for regional media as editor. Mrs Boneva is an author of many Bulgarian resources and has adapted for Bulgarian public different materials /Brochures, Guides, Articles, etc./; has organized and led many seminars and workshops for teachers, specialists and parents in different places in Bulgaria; has taken part in many national and international dyslexia related conferences, seminars and workshops in different European countries. As a dyslexia facilitator Mrs Boneva has been working since 2005 individually with children and young people with dyslexia and other learning difficulties; has been giving consultations to their parents and teachers/tutors. Daniela has experience of many dyslexia related EU projects /being a coordinator in some of them/, and is widely acknowledged as a dyslexia expert in Bulgaria.
Elena is a founder of DABG; has a Master Degree in history and psychology; long experience as a teacher. In the Association Elena is responsible for the contacts with regional educational authorities, schools and other educational institutions, teacher professional organizations, as well as with other Bulgarian NGO working in the field of education. As a psychologist Mrs Mihova has been a lecture in different events organized by DABG /seminars, workshops, trainings/, providing attendees with a better understanding of difficulties a dyslexic individual faces. Analyzing the dyslexic individual situation at home, at school and in society from psychological point of view helped many parents and teachers to gain new knowledge, and new skills to better support their dyslexic children/students. During the years she has been working individually or in small groups with many dyslexic children and young people, supporting them and their families to overcome the problem. Elena has experience of working in many dyslexia related EU projects as a member of the DABG team.
Boris Domirov is an University student, at the last year of his Master program in Politecnico di Milano (Architecture). Boris has been working for Dyslexia Association – Bulgaria as volunteer since he was in High school, at first as a translator from/to English, and has been steadily involved in many other activities related to different projects in which DABG was a partner. Since 2012 he is a member of the Association. Boris was a key figure of the team for some of the latest projects DABG takes part in, preparing the media files and graphical design of the materials.
An University student, Master program in Law in Sofia University. Ana has been working for Dyslexia Association – Bulgaria as volunteer since she was in High school, at first as a translator from/to English, and has been steadily involved in many other activities related to different projects in which DABG was a partner.
Volkan Kukul has a Ph.D. degree in the field of Computer Education and Instructional Technology. He is currently working as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Technology at AU. His research interests include distance education, teacher training, implementation of ICTs in education, and computer science education. He conducted research studies on e-learning, computer science education, and computational thinking. He has many scientific publications in these subjects and participated in various national and international projects. An Erasmus+ project, which has focused on strategies developed for teachers of talented and gifted pupils, is the last project completed.
Aslıhan is an assistant professor of Technical Sciences Vocational School at Amasya University. received my mester’s degree on Computer and İnstructional Technology Education at Gazi University and Ph.D. degree on Computer and İnstructional Technology Education at Sakarya University. I worked on Educational technology, Teacher education, Distance education, Mobile learning and Agumented reality.
Mehmet Kara took his Ph.D. degree in the field of Computer Education and Instructional Technology from Middle East Technical University, Turkey. He took his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in the same field of this university. He worked as a Research Assistant and Lecturer in the Computer Technology Department of Amasya University, Turkey. He is currently working as an Assistant Professor of Computer Technology at the same university. His research interests focus on online education, performance technology, and new media. He taught several undergraduate courses regarding computer hardware and software such as computer hardware, software design and development, multimedia design and development, and project development and management. He also delivered a graduate course, named as new media in education.
Ömer Arslan has an MS degree in field of Computer Education and Instructional Technology and ongoing doctorate. He is working as a research assistant at Amasya University. His research areas are distance education, sustainability of distance education, technology use in classrooms and usability of mobile apps. He participated in a scientific research project on robotics for secondary school students.
Ibrahim Celik holds a bachelor’s degree in computer education and instructional technology from Ataturk University. He was awarded a scholarship from the Ministry of National Education to study abroad. He attended the Master’s Program of Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences at Utah State University. After graduation from the M.S. degree, he started working at Amasya University. His research interests are distance education, computational thinking, and teacher professional development.
She is a graduate of pedagogical studies and English philology. She specializes in the preparation and the implementation of international projects under the Erasmus Plus program and other EU programs. She has also extensive experience in coordinating international cooperation networks in the field of education and science as well as international marketing.
She is a specialist in care and educational pedagogy. She is interested in issues of upbringing in care and educational centers, as well as in andragogical and gerontological issues and biographical research, especially research on educational paths of adults. She has experience in working with children and adults on the basis of modern teaching methods.
A graduate of English Philology at University of Social Sciences in Łódź. She organizes partner meetings in Łódź, runs a departmental fanpage and supports project coordinators in administrative and dissemination work.
Reda Gedutiene is a chairperson of committee for Educational Psychology master programme since 2013. Reda Gedutiene has more than 15 years’ experience in teaching courses Educational Psychology for students of Psychology and Pedagogy at the BA level and Learning Disorders for students of Educational Psychology at the MA level. Reda Gedutienė is involved in future teacher education (courses Educational Environment for Inclusive Education, Coping Strategies for Specific Learning Disorders). Reda Gedutiene has experience as project coordinator: 1) Leonardo da Vinci mobility project ‘The Improvement of Professional Skills of Psychological Help to the Persons with Dyslexia’ (2006 – 2007, host organization – Gdansk university, Psychology Institute); 2) INTERREG IIIA project ‘The Assessment of Reasons of Failures at School’ (2007 – 2008, lead partner – Gdansk university, financial partner – Klaipeda university), 3) ERASMUS+ project ‘INFINITUS – knowledge sharing in dyslexia teaching’ (2014–2016). Reda Gedutiene has experience as research group member in COST action projects ‘Cyberbullying: coping with negative and enhancing positive uses of new technologies in relationships in educational settings’ (2009–2013); „Strengthening
Europeans' capabilities by establishing the European literacy network” (2014–2019); Transnational collaboration on bullying, migration and integration at school level” (2019–2023).
The chief financier of KU and financier in this project, responsible for timesheets and finances
Founder of LSpecPA. Doctor's degree in (special) pedagogy branch; master's degree in pedagogy. Research area - support system for inclusion of students with special needs in the general education system. 42
years of professional work experience in the
implementation of special education and training of
special education teachers. Has developed 6 higher
education study programs for the training of special
education teachers, developed and implemented more
than 40 teacher professional development course
programs in Latvia. In 2005, established the Laboratory
of Special Pedagogy, where she led the development of
methodological, scientific materials and international
project implementation work. The organizer of
international, scientific and academic conferences, seminars. Participated in many international projects; the expert in national research programs, the author of two
monographs, international conference proceedings and journals, author of methodological materials.
The English language teacher with 12 years of practical
experience in working within education systems in
Latvia as well as the USA. Currently is also working as
the educational methodologist in Rezekne Elementary School – Development Center, which is the special education institution. The main interest and research area
is children with autism, dyslexia, asperger’s syndrome as well as behavioral disorders. For two years has been working as a project coordinator in Rezekne Academy of
Technologies. Now – responsible for four projects connected with different aspects of special education.